Danielopol, Dan; Baltanas, Angel; Carbonel, Pierre; Colin, Jean-Paul; Crasquin, Sylvia; Decrouy, Laurent; De Deckker, Patrick; Gliozzi, Elsa; Groos-Uffenorde, Helga; Horne, David; Iepure, Sanda
The 1st International Symposiumon Ostracoda (ISO) was held in Naples (1963). The philosophy behind this symposiumand the logical outcome of what is nowknown as the International Research Group on Ostracoda (IRGO) are here reviewed, namely ostracodology over the last 50 years is sociologically analysed. Three different and important historic moments for the scientific achievements of this domain are recognised. The first one, between about 1963 and 1983, is related to applied research for the...[Show more]
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